We Canadians Are So Polite

(This sign is posted in the window of a local café. I submit it here for Proscenium’s Friday Follies, not to suggest that it is folly, but just that it struck my funny bone, as it depicts the stereotypical Canadian politeness.) Advertisements

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Rain on Me

Stopping at a local nursery on a rainy day, I am struck by how the raindrops add extra texture to the simplest of plants. And I think: a little water in our lives helps us grow. (For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge: raindrops)

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…and Puff!

Read into it as you may…. For Proscenium’s Friday Follies

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Bridges

Two rivers intersect in our small town, so bridges are aplenty. A former railroad hub, with few active trains nowadays, the large overhead train trestle now serves as a hiking trail. I haven’t yet found a way to get up there that doesn’t involve countless stairs, so for now I’ll stick to the footbridges. (For […]

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Yum!

Travelling is a challenge when food allergies are a concern. While in Ottawa, we stumbled upon a The Mill Street Pub, a restaurant overlooking the river, that offered gluten-free pizza, and it was delicious! Our youngest granddaughter, on her second birthday, preferred the watermelon to cake. There is nothing more satisfying than watching someone enjoy […]

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